Roman tombstone found at Inveresk
The first Roman tombstone found in Scotland for 170 years has been unearthed at Carberry, near Inveresk.
The red sandstone artefact was for a man called Crescens, a bodyguard for the governor who ran the province of Britain for the Roman Emperor.
The National Museum of Scotland said the stone provided the strongest evidence yet that Inveresk was a pivotal Roman site in northern Britain.
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